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Genius! Tin cans + clothes pins = awesome candle holders! I'll be making some of these with decorated pins.

How to use old objects to make something interesting…

320 Sycamore blog- great inexpensive home deco and redos - I love this - I always look at shutters at yard sales and want to do something with them.

Shutter picture display (narrow, convenient, easy to change out - maybe a good place to hang all that fridge stuff)

for clipping those christmas parcels together   (via Quotes & Notes) Think that this would be a good idea for wedding favours too!

wooden pegs ♥ These would be adorable to close a Valentine treat bag. - Or for shabby chic wedding favors? - new use for all of weathered clothes pins that sat outside too long.

Does mom love tea? Whip up a Scandinavian-style table protector from–get this–wooden clothespins and floral wire.

56 Mother's Day Crafts That She'll Treasure

DIY Clothespin Trivet from my book 'Sweet Paul Eat & Make' Finally, a use for those broken clothespins.

Old lamp base as dress form stand. #DressForm #Crafts - pb≈

old lamp base as dress form stand. chicken wire dress form w clothespins, memos and family pictures

These stained-clothespin planters are a super-cute way to display your herb collection—although they're best-suited for plants that work well in teensy containers, like rosemary or chives. Find the (Spanish) instructions at Stebbing House Design—Google translation here. RELATED: 46 Ways to Make Something New Out of Something Old   - CountryLiving.com

11 Smart Ideas For DIY Indoor Herb Gardens

DIY clothespin herb planters House on the Left)-tuna cans, ORB spray paint, and clothespins "stained" with a furniture pen